Pulaski County, Arkansas
North Little Rock AR 72118
Lat: 34°52'18"N, Lon: 92°19'32"W
Contributed by Hank Johns, Mar 21, 2002 [email@example.com]. Total records = 7.
From North Little Rock, Arkansas take Highway 365 north towards the community of Oak Grove. Pass thru Oak Grove and continue on Highway 365 approximately 2-3 miles to Clinton Road. This area is known as Marche'. Turn right onto Clinton Road. Go about 1/2 mile and turn right onto James Road. James Cemetery is approx. 7/10 mile down the road on the left (north) side of the road.
This cemetery is named for the James family that lived on this road over 100 years ago. The road is also named for this family. The cemetery lies on private property, within a 3 acre fenced area that is used for grazing horses. The cemetery is not maintained and is overgrown with weeds, trees, etc. It is not accepting new burials.
I surveyed this cemetery Feb 11, 1996 and compiled these records from the tombstone markers that are standing. I live across the street from the cemetery.
- Hank Johns
Humphry, Infant, b. 22 Mar 1911, d. 22 Mar 1911, son of John and Carrol Humphry
James, Addie Mae, b. 1916, d. 1921, broken marker
James, Ernest, b. 5 Nov 1896, d. 24 Aug 1922
James, Leonard, b. 27 Jan 1896, d. 2 Oct 1925
James, Leroy, b. 1911, d. 1920
James, Milton, b. 1917, d. 1918
James, W.M., b. 8 Mar 1854, d. 25 Jul 1929, father, Master Mason symbol on stone
Arkansas Obituaries and Death Notices
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